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Abhijit Ray

Posted 1 month ago

How can I change my age

A. If you have birth certificate then it will be easy
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Is registered deed is sufficient for change in parents name in birth certificate for non institutional adoption from known family or court order is compulsory in all types of adoption as mentioned on CARA website

A. court orders are necessary so avoid any further legal issues in matters related to property or inheritance
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

Sir actually I want to live alone without my parents a kind of divorce . And there is someone who is willing to adopt me . On this 25 Dec 2019 I will be of 16 years. My parents agree that I can go there but they dont give in written

A. Dear Sir/Madam,
If your age is within the parameters of adoption and you can be legally adopted then your parents consent is necessary to take you in adoption by your adoptive parents.

Please take PAID phone call with me through VIDHIKARYA and get more legal guidance.
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S DURGA PRAAD S DURGA PRAAD

Posted 2 months ago

can a adopted child have property rights of their 1st parents?

A. Dear Sir,
After adoption the adopted child loses its rates over the properties of his natural parents.

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My maternal uncle legally adopted me in1994 when I was just 14yrs old.all formalities get done in Kanpur court, and I started living with both of them, mama and mami ji.but I reliazed that they were not treating me like a child,they both were not of good behaviour.. They always quarrel with each other..bcoz my uncle was having a baseless doubt on his wife character from the last many years and he wanted to me that I should play a role of chowkidar in the house...although I didn't find anything wrong in the house or in auntys character. Auntyji also torchered me alot physically or mentally bcoz she was not happy with the decision of adopting me. She wanted an adoption from her family.. She agreed later on but was not happy inside... I left there house many times.. They called me many times.. Life was going this way only I was feeling totally disturbed mentally torchered then I decided to live alone somewhere... Total 4 or 5 years I lived with them.i visit whenever they called me for any reason or in there illness.. But they never showed me there love towards me never supported me in any manner, morally or financially.many years passed like this only.. Today I m married and they didn't take any interest in my marriage or in my life even not a single help in any manner. I don't live with my biological parents also bcoz they are not financially strong but support me morally.. I live in another city and in private school job. After completed my 12th I m only bearing my all liabilities..recently my uncle auntiji sold out there ancestral house without my knowledge and shifted in another city 1month ago and yesterday I got the news that my uncle is no more he died on 9 Nov. 2019 .even auntiji didn't try to call me and my rights of funeral is also get it done by her close relative where they shifted recently..i have a copy of an adoption.they were not having any child before adoption and after adoption I m only a single legal child of them.till today I didn't ask for any help but today after 25 years of an adoption she is not showing any interest in giving my property rights.. I m living with the same identity and with there names in all my documents, Id,aadhar card, pan card which was got changed at the time of an adoption. My financial condition is not good and facing many problem.now I need a help, in this condition I m feeling helpless so please kindly suggest me an advice regarding my property rights. What should I do now...??? Regards

A. From the details as given by you it is clear that there was an adoption and you were legally adopted by your maternal uncle and aunt. There was a deed of Adoption, also. Adoption gives you all the rights in the adoptive family and you can claim your rights in all the properties whether it is moveable or immovable. For enforcing your rights you may file a suit in the competent court of law.
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A 70 year old widow, pensioner wants to adopt her sisters s SOn's daughter of 2 year old. She wants to give her property and the pension benefits. 1. Lady has no children of her own. 2. Can she give pension benefits to the baby until her majority?

A. pension only given to surviving spouse. Adopted children not entitled.
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Priyanka Ghose

Posted 5 months ago

Sir , We are married for 10 years and have no issue. So , We wish to adopt a male baby from home. Please , guide me, in this regard .

A. You need to follow the rules of adoption.
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Arvind Kumar

Posted 5 months ago

I am 50 and my wife is 40. We just got married 18 months back and neither of us have any issues from the past. We are very keen to adopt a child as soon as possible, but CARA guidelines prohibits us to even apply before we complete 2 years of marriage. Also CARA says since our joint age crosses 90, we cant adopt a child of less than 4 years. Plus CARA is very strict with prospective adoptive parents choosing a child. Can I opt for adoption under HAMA? Will it give us any additional benefits vis-a-vis CARA? Is there any legal clash or contradiction between HAMA and CARA which might cause problems for us?

A. Opt for HAMA.
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Hi, We eant to adopt a child daughter and have known family with five daughters, and want us to adopt one of theirs. That family is not in our raltionship nor in our blood line. All childs are living with their family only. We are from rajasthan, my parents residing in the same vicinity where that couple reside. Is it possible to adopt one of their daughter? What will be the process, time and cost? As we currently reside in hyderabad, can we handle all legal process feom here?

A. Dear Sir,
If provisions of HAMA Act are satisfied then you can adopt.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

My sister got divorced few years back. She had a son. She has married again and her son is living together. Her son carries the surname of his biological father in all his IDs (aadhar card, voter id, PAN etc) Now is it possible to change his surname in all the IDs as per his mother's 2nd husband who has no objection and ready to adopt him legally if required?

A. You can change it by way of affidavit and consent of the person who intends to change the same and get such petition signed by a JM 1st Class.
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